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Old 12-16-2013, 03:46 AM   #1
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hi guys, I have been lurking on MT for a little while now, thought i'd say hi and introduce my 92 before i track/wall it this weekend in the mainland...

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recently (under 3000km) rebuilt 1.6 with stock internals
mspnp1
lc-1 wideband
garrett (T25 iirc) turbo on hks kit manifold
ptp turbo jacket
buddy club cat-back with stock cat
rx7 460cc injectors
sard fuel pressure regulator
walbro 255
vtps
starion intercooler
hks BOV
ebay cone airfilter
upsized aluminum radiator
nb8 flywheel and clutch
4.1 diff with torsen
1.8 brakes with SS lines and EBC yellows
ROTA aleica 15x8 et15 dunlop Z1 195s
tein superstreet F6 R5
FM front sway, stock rear sway
FM butterfly brace
4-point roll bar
front shock tower bar
boss frog arms
ultraracing front subframe brace
properly depowered rack
momo buckets
omp corsica steering wheel

to be installed:
knocklite
COPS
breather bottle
airhorn
oilcooler
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A little information about you, your location, and some pics of the car would be great.
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oops, sorry, forgot to introduce myself. My name is Bernie, I am located in Hong Kong. The car is a streeter, will be tracked for the first time this weekend in mainland China. Will upload some pics when i find time to go online at home. cheers.
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I really want to see some pics of what a track in China would look like. Please share many!
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Nobody likes the Tunea here, *******.

Welcome to tha forum sir!
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guangdong international circuit tracknight
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Thanks for the pictures. It looks like it was cold there. Have you been to that track before or was that your first time?
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Wow, I've seen that track in a few of the best motoring, etc. videos. Awesome man. Did you get any videos? How was the car?
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Old 12-26-2013, 09:42 PM   #11
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https://drive.google.com/folderview?...VU&usp=sharing

sorry guys, too many pics to attach here. and, no vid this time, cuz i was too busy trying to not blow my shiate up. i was lucky to get away with just a split turbo coolant hose and a bit of a scare from seeing the resulting smoke cloud...

the rest of the car held up ok, i think. i ran only 0.5 bar of boost and my timing map is super retarded, even that was too much for my dunlop Z1 195s. will defo consider running better tyres next time.

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Very cool car. I too have seen that track in a bunch of videos! looks like fun!
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quick update on build:

1.6 with stock internals
mspnp1
lc-1 wideband
garrett (T25 iirc) turbo on hks kit manifold
ptp turbo jacket
buddy club cat-back with stock cat
rx7 460cc injectors
sard fuel pressure regulator
walbro 255
vtps
starion intercooler
hks BOV
ebay cone airfilter
upsized aluminum radiator
nb8 flywheel and clutch
4.1 diff with torsen
1.8 brakes with SS lines and EBC yellows
ROTA Flush 15x8 et20 wearing 195s
tein superstreet F6 R5
FM front sway, stock rear sway
FM butterfly brace
4-point roll bar
brake master brace
boss frog arms
ultraracing front subframe brace
properly depowered rack
momo buckets
omp corsica steering wheel
securon 4point harness
silicon coolant hoses
greddy profec type-s ebc
knocklite
toyota COPS
breather bottle
13-row oilcooler
superpro wishbone bushings

next mainland track day in early december. dyno time, tyres and alignment now left to be done by then. hope i dont blow up my shiate during tuning before i even leave the border...
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Use the Tunerstudio autotune feature for fuel and set reasonable AFR targets. You should be fine.

Use the overboost protection feature. It can save your engine.

And take a look at what others here are using for spark timing. Don't use too much. If your dyno tuner usually tunes engines other than Miatas it is common for them to use too much timing. Our engines don't handle too much advance well.

Good luck.
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Thanks Steve. my afr table is pretty much a copy of yours which you posted quite some time back iirc, and i let VEanal do its stuff based on it.

my current spark map is based on brain's, it works well on the street but knocklite (set to max sensitivity) shows mild knock ard 6-6.5k rpm in boost. not sure if it's real knock or not.

this is supposed to be a budget build, so i am not hiring a tuner to write the spark map. i am just gonna buy a couple of hours of dyno time and try to do it myself...
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Brain's spark map is good and conservative. Just make sure your base timing is perfect at 10 degrees with the timing light and it should be good. Well, that is if your crankshaft pulley keyway is good and the balancer pulley marks haven't moved (which sometimes starts happening when the rubber parts between the inner and outer get old).
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the only issue i have with a conservative spark map is getting the manifold and turbo too hot cuz retard...

yup, base timing should be good, i set it to 10degrees when the engine was rebuilt and havent touched the CAS since, and the crank pulley was brand new.
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